67 blankets for Mandela Day knitted at the Union Buildings in Tshwane. Gardens of the Union Buildings covered with thousands of handmade blankets as part of a Guinness World Record attempt by 67 Blankets for Nelson Mandela Day.
An air-balloon made in honour of Nelson Mandela was released in Brazil. This balloon made of tissue paper and glue was made by 11 people for 8 months on average 4 hours per day, to honour the leader of a nation suffered.
The shoot was for a new experience on Airbnb, which will include guests doing a Mandela day activity
Day 1 at Boys and Girls club in Betrams. There were volunteers that posed as Airbnb guests to do the experience, which is Mandela Day, assisting the woman that prepares food for the children and learning to play the Marimba instruments.
Day 2 at Siyakhala garden. Mandela day experience where the guests are required to work in the garden.
Handover of Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) Delivery by the Nelson Mandela Foundation (NMF) in partnership with the Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), an international and independent medical humanitarian organisation.
Chaskalson and Nelson Mandela in conversation at the Soccer City rally. This photograph will be used as the cover photograph of Arthur Chaskalson A Life Dedicated to Justice for All Stephen Ellmann book.
Australian Volunteer, Jessica Pietsch, in her capacity as Digitisation Project Officer, along with NMF Archive & Research team, participating in a marketing photographic shoot for volunteer sending agency AVI.
Bafana Bafana team and FIFA officials visiting Nelson Mandela at the Nelson Mandela Foundation. Bafana Bafana players looking at the soccer exhibition in the foyer, Mandela wearing the number 14 shirt and FIFA officials with Mandela in his office.
20 faded colour photoprints taken in 1990 in Tanzania on the occasion of Nelson Mandela's first visit there since 1962. Some are taken at the Solomon Mahlangu Freedom College (SOMAFCO). Other identifiable people appearing in the pictures are: Winnie Mandela, Chris Hani, Ruth Mompati, James Mahlangu(?), Cyril Ramaphosa, Valli Moosa, Ahmed Kathrada, Trevor Manual, Alpheus Manghezi (head of SOMAFCO).
The Cotton On Foundation, in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Foundation and the Department of Basic Education (DBE) handed over a Mandela Day Container Library to the Batsogile Primary in Klipspruit-Soweto, Johannesburg. Batsogile Primary was the 5th school to receive a library.
"Bikers for Mandela" involved a group of celebrities and a group of motorcyclists on a five-day ride from Johannesburg to the coastal city of Cape Town with the aim to raise awareness about and support for Nelson Mandela Day. The bikers were stopping at selected villages and cities, where they participated in community projects and other social initiatives.
Members of the "Bikers for International Mandela Day" contingent met at the Nelson Mandela Foundation to discuss the rally route, the ethos of Mandela Day and safety precautions involved in 2011 Bikers for Mandela Day event, The Bikers for Mandela Day will depart from Montecasino, Johannesburg, on July 11. Their eight-day ride will end in Tshwane on July 18– Mandela Day.
The series begins with the visit of Auma Obama (half-sister of US President Barack Obama), US Ambassador Donald Gips, his wife and sons to the gifts room and the archives.
Followed by photographs of Bill Clinton making a speech, Achmat Dangor (Nelson Mandela Foundation CEO of the time), Cyril Ramaphosa, Ahmed Kathrada, Leslie Maasdorp (vice-Chairman ABSA Capital), Audience in the auditorium,
President Bill Clinton hosted a benefit in his private office to honour the lasting legacy of Nelson Mandela. This event marks the launch of a new Foundation initiative to promote Mr Mandela’s legacy globally in the years ahead.
Supporters from South Africa, the United States, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia and Nigeria joined President Clinton, Minister Tokyo Sexwale and Nelson Mandela Centre of Memory CEO Achmat Dangor in paying tribute to Nelson Mandela and his work to promote dialogue and a just society.
American entrepreneur and philanthropist, John Paul DeJoria; actor Brad Pitt as well as English business magnate, investor and philanthropist, Richard Branson visit Nelson Mandela for their 46664 activities.
Nelson Mandela Foundation stakeholder’s event started with a presentation by Sello Hatang Chief Executive on Nelson Mandela Foundation presenting the 20 year’s strategic journey of the foundation. Followed by two dialogues that are in relation to the NMF strategy.
The Cotton On Foundation, in partnership with the Nelson Mandela Foundation and the Department of Basic Education (DBE) handed over a Mandela Day Container Library to the Batsogile Primary in Klipspruit-Soweto, Johannesburg.
Dialogue by the ''Save the Children UK Foundation'' with representatives of government, civil society, schools and communities gathered in the small town of Clarens, the Free State, discussing how schools could care for children made vulnerable by poverty, HIV/AIDS and other causes. Schools visited during the dialogue were in Qwa Qwa.
The Caring4Girls programme driven by the Imbumba Foundation tackles the plight of impoverished girls who often miss school during their menstrual cycles due to the lack of sanitary pads.
The aim of the Caring4Girls programme, which is a Mandela Day project, is to ensure access to much-needed sanitary towels so girls may stay in school, and ensure the development and growth of young South African women with dignity.
Nelson Mandela Foundation Cell C takes a girl child Graduation. Panellists for the event were Gerry Rantseli Elsdon (Guest Speaker, MC, Celebrity and Presenter), Tshepiso Mabulana (YFM Radio Personality), and Clement Moosa (South African Actor).
* The week of 12- 17 September 2016 was marked Clean-up & Recycle SA week, the aim of the week is to increase awareness in South Africans of the many benefits of recycling (socially, environmentally and economically) and the importance of a litter-free environment. As part of International Coastal Clean-up Day on Saturday 17th of September, PETCO partnered with Plastics * SA and 140 enthusiastic volunteers to clean up Robben Island in memory of Nelson Mandela.
Mandela sewing clothes, talking to Walter Sisulu and prisoners in the courtyard. The visit to the Island was during 1964 after the London Daily Express was granted permission by the South African government.
The Club of Madrid is presenting Mandela with the Club de Madrid Democratic Leadership Award. Award number: A0550 The Club de Madrid is an independent non-profit organization composed of over 90 democratic former Presidents and Prime Ministers from more than 60 different countries, constituting the world´s largest forum of former Heads of State and Government, who have come together to respond to a growing demand for support among leaders in two key areas: democratic leadership and governance; and response to crisis and post-crisis situations.